Thrifty Japanese dash ‘revenge spending’ hopes as they sit on US$383 billion in pandemic savings

With energy, food and other living costs soaring, Japan’s famously thrifty consumers are tightening their belts – even as they sit on the remains of an estimated US$383 billion in pandemic savings.

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